Native Instruments have slashed the price on their popular Guitar Rig 6 Pro amp and effects simulator. For a limited time only, you can now pick up this expansive guitar gear modeling software with 50% off.
Perfect for those seeking to experiment with guitar tone – whether jamming, practicing, writing or recording – Guitar Rig 6 Pro offers players a massive selection of sounds to choose from.
With a virtually limitless array of combinations, Guitar Rig 6 Pro makes customizing tone a breeze. And while electric guitar players are encouraged to explore new sounds in a fast, fun and flexible way, this hoard of virtual gear is also great for experimenting with acoustic guitar, bass, drums, synths and vocals.
NI Guitar Rig 6 Pro: Get 50% Off
For a limited time only, Native Instruments have slashed the price on their expansive amp and effects simulator, Guitar Rig 6 Pro. Featuring new designs based on their Intelligent Circuit Modelling technology, this Aladdin's cave of tone boasts 21 amps and 4 speaker cabinets to dial in your unique sound with. Meanwhile, over 100 different effects and audio tools provide a virtually limitless range of sonic possibilities.
Native Instruments launched their breakthrough guitar amp and effects modelling software in the mid-‘00s to wide acclaim and have constantly sought to improve the design with useful upgrades and exciting new music-making tools.
Enjoyed by countless pro guitarists the world over, Guitar Rig 6 Pro comes loaded with a selection of presets inspired by a diverse range of artists including Vernon Reid, Pete Thorn and Eric Krasno.
21 amplifier choices include such favorites as AC Box, Citrus, Hot Plex, Jazz Amp and VAN51, while effects currently comprise 7 echo/delay, 15 distortion, 15 dynamics, 5 EQ, 11 filter, 12 modulation, 5 pitch and 11 reverb options (plus more besides!)
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Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as Guitarist, Total Guitar, Guitar World, Guitar Player and MusicRadar in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.
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